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The two gentlemen of Verona

Author: William Shakespeare; Mary Beth Rose
Publisher: New York : Penguin Books, 2000.
Series: Pelican Shakespeare.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : New edView all editions and formats
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Bosom buddies Valentine and Proteus bid a tearful farewell on a street in Verona. Valentine is off to improve himself, venturing out to see the world, while Proteus stays home in Verona, tied by his love for Julia. After Valentine departs, his servant, Speed, enters. Proteus inquires whether or not Speed delivered a letter to Julia, to which Speed replies affirmatively. Julia, meanwhile, asks her maid, Lucetta, with  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drama
Comedies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Shakespeare; Mary Beth Rose
ISBN: 0140714618 9780140714616 0143104764 9780143104766
OCLC Number: 43460277
Description: xxxvi, 92 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.
Contents: Publisher's note --
The theatrical world --
The texts of Shakespeare --
Introduction --
Note on the text --
The two gentlemen of Verona.
Series Title: Pelican Shakespeare.
Responsibility: William Shakespeare ; edited by Mary Beth Rose.
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Bosom buddies Valentine and Proteus bid a tearful farewell on a street in Verona. Valentine is off to improve himself, venturing out to see the world, while Proteus stays home in Verona, tied by his love for Julia. After Valentine departs, his servant, Speed, enters. Proteus inquires whether or not Speed delivered a letter to Julia, to which Speed replies affirmatively. Julia, meanwhile, asks her maid, Lucetta, with which man she should fall in love, and Lucetta recommends Proteus. Lucetta admits that she has a letter for Julia from Proteus. After much bickering, Julia tears up the letter, only to regret this act an instant later. -- from SparkNotes.

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